Category Archives: Attitudes

Feeling old?….try Pole Vaulting.


I recently visited my hometown and met up with a high school friend I hadn’t seen in a long time. It happened to be his birthday, and he invited myself and friends to watch him pole vault that evening. He makes … Continue reading

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Don’t read this if you are vegetarian.


No need to preach to the choir. I’ve said before that it is healthier to have a plant-based diet. but there is more to it than that. It will help you EVOLVE. If you eat meat, and drink milk, watch … Continue reading

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2 Weeks – no cellphone, no computer


2 weeks with no cell phone. No Facebook. No news. Hard to imagine? I just returned from  a spiritual retreat in India and it was so nice not having to deal with those “burdens”. It was what I needed, remembering … Continue reading

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Fighting wars


Man is always fighting something. Fighting the war on drugs, fighting the war on cancer, fighting illegals coming into the country. Fighting real wars, in many countries. Fighting depression. Fighting resistant bacteria causing infections.  Fighting taxes. Fight Wall Street, fighting … Continue reading

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Making soap


A friend called me the other day and wanted me to show her how to make soap. I hadn’t done it in years. So on a day off we got together and made soap. It was a lot of fun, and … Continue reading

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“I am a runner”


No, not me….it’s in quotes…it’s my sister’s words. From her sort of famous writing on living with breast cancer. Read it at the end of this blog if you want. That synchronicity thing popped up again. I knew my sister … Continue reading

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No, we didn’t make it to Maui


I guess I knew it was a possibility, when I signed up for buddy passes for a week trip to Hawaii at a pre-paid timeshare resort. But for some reason, I thought for sure there would be at least 2 … Continue reading

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